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advice needed please!

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by Faldamir12, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. Faldamir12

    Faldamir12 New commenter

    Hi everyone,

    I am currently writing a SOW on Religious Language (6 lessons) to be taught as part of the IB Philosophy course this September. I am particularly appealing to those who have taught this before and was hoping that you could leave your comments re whether I have missed anything etc.

    1. Verification Principle (Vienna Circle). Ayer - strengths/weaknesses/parable of the eschatological city.

    2. Falsification Principle - parable of the Gardener and the Weeds. Flew/Swinburne/Hick/Mitchell. Critique of the Falsification Principle.

    3. The via Negativa (Plato/Aristotle etc) strengths/weaknesses.

    4. The Middle Way: Analogy: Aquinas - attribution/proportionality.

    5. Wittgenstein - language games.


    Many thanks in advance!
     
  2. Faldamir12

    Faldamir12 New commenter

    Hi everyone,

    I am currently writing a SOW on Religious Language (6 lessons) to be taught as part of the IB Philosophy course this September. I am particularly appealing to those who have taught this before and was hoping that you could leave your comments re whether I have missed anything etc.

    1. Verification Principle (Vienna Circle). Ayer - strengths/weaknesses/parable of the eschatological city.

    2. Falsification Principle - parable of the Gardener and the Weeds. Flew/Swinburne/Hick/Mitchell. Critique of the Falsification Principle.

    3. The via Negativa (Plato/Aristotle etc) strengths/weaknesses.

    4. The Middle Way: Analogy: Aquinas - attribution/proportionality.

    5. Wittgenstein - language games.


    Many thanks in advance!
     

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